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Freelance Video Producer

Salt

London, London
1 day ago
London, London
£200 - £300 Per Day
1 day ago
£200 - £300 Per Day

Freelance Video Producer | 6 Months | Remote for now, but London based | Up to £300pd | Inside IR35
An opportunity has become available for a Freelance Video Producer to join a major clientside brand starting remotely but eventually working on-site in Central London. This is a great opportunity to join a team that leads the development and launch of social campaigns across a global scale.
What you will be doing:
  • Produce, end-to-end, short form videos for social channels
  • Researching and setting up stories for films, developing a deep expertise of our science and messaging.
  • Be a native video story-teller able to create engaging social content, as well as human interest stories
  • Tell stories that show our transformation as a company
  • Support the Head of Video and work with in-house video journalists to create memorable content for multiple channels
  • Working within a small team, as well as with freelancers and agencies to create content rapidly and at scale for distribution across owned, earned and social channels
  • Working with markets to ensure content creation is easily scalable in multiple languages

What you'll need to have:
  • Capable of full, end-to-end video production from initial concepts and treatments to managing multiple film schedules, overseeing multi-camera shoots and editing a final product.
  • A basic understanding of legal compliance and licensing.
  • Expertise in planning, storyboarding and directing a single or multi-camera shoot to create compelling short-form digital content at speed
  • Deep understanding of social video, and a desire to take complex subjects and turn them into brilliant video
  • You'll be inspired by our story and our science, and desperate to help tell the world about it
  • Highly creative mind, looking for engaging ways to create impactful content
  • An ability to manage people in front of the camera, whether experienced or newcomers

This role is to start ASAP. To be considered for this unique opportunity, please click "Apply" or contact me directly ☝
This job ad was posted by Salt.
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Freelance Video Producer

Salt

London, London
1 day ago
London, London
£200 - £300 Per Day
1 day ago
£200 - £300 Per Day

Freelance Video Producer | 6 Months | Remote for now, but London based | Up to £300pd | Inside IR35
An opportunity has become available for a Freelance Video Producer to join a major clientside brand starting remotely but eventually working on-site in Central London. This is a great opportunity to join a team that leads the development and launch of social campaigns across a global scale.
What you will be doing:
  • Produce, end-to-end, short form videos for social channels
  • Researching and setting up stories for films, developing a deep expertise of our science and messaging.
  • Be a native video story-teller able to create engaging social content, as well as human interest stories
  • Tell stories that show our transformation as a company
  • Support the Head of Video and work with in-house video journalists to create memorable content for multiple channels
  • Working within a small team, as well as with freelancers and agencies to create content rapidly and at scale for distribution across owned, earned and social channels
  • Working with markets to ensure content creation is easily scalable in multiple languages

What you'll need to have:
  • Capable of full, end-to-end video production from initial concepts and treatments to managing multiple film schedules, overseeing multi-camera shoots and editing a final product.
  • A basic understanding of legal compliance and licensing.
  • Expertise in planning, storyboarding and directing a single or multi-camera shoot to create compelling short-form digital content at speed
  • Deep understanding of social video, and a desire to take complex subjects and turn them into brilliant video
  • You'll be inspired by our story and our science, and desperate to help tell the world about it
  • Highly creative mind, looking for engaging ways to create impactful content
  • An ability to manage people in front of the camera, whether experienced or newcomers

This role is to start ASAP. To be considered for this unique opportunity, please click "Apply" or contact me directly ☝
This job ad was posted by Salt.
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Digital Media Producer

Royal Horticultural Society

London, London
6 days ago
London, London
£31k Per Year
6 days ago
£31k Per Year

Digital Media Producer

£31,000pa

Central London

 

The RHS is hiring a Digital Media Producer to help produce an exciting year of video content for the society.

 

With people stuck at home due to the pandemic, gardening has been proven to bring positive health benefits, and the RHS is committed to get the nation growing – no matter what their circumstances.

 

Our Grow at Home provides useful advice to gardeners, while our video garden tours display the very best that the RHS Gardens have to offer – at a time when many people are unable to reach us.

 

This year sees the launch of our fifth garden, RHS Bridgewater, alongside RHS Hilltop – The Home of Gardening Science at Wisley. Both openings will need video content to both promote and accompany the launches.

 

Last year we produced the first Virtual Chelsea Flower Show. This year we plan to host the show in September, which will require tight turnarounds on films from the show, alongside a much larger digital presence in May.

 

We are also producing a number of dedicated series aimed at growing our YouTube channel, targeting different audiences and growing our core viewership. The successful applicant will be assisting with the production of all of this content, including leading your own projects within this and generating your own ideas.

 

To apply please visit our website via the link and apply online.

Close date 21st Feb 21

Interviews will be held in the week commencing 22nd February.

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Producer, Podcasts - BBC Asian Network, Radio 1 and 1Xtra

BBC

London - New Broadcasting House, London
10 days ago
London - New Broadcasting House, London
10 days ago

We are looking for a Producer to join BBC Asian Network, Radio 1 and 1Xtra.'s podcast production team.

Asian Network, Radio 1 and 1Xtra’s production department are the key suppliers of daytime and evening programmes across the three youth music networks, and in addition make a diverse array of youth-focused podcast titles including The YUNGBLUD Podcast, Six Degrees of Separation, Brown Girls Do It Too and James Acaster’s Perfect Sounds.

This department is part of BBC Audio. BBC Audio devise, develop and deliver original content for the BBC. We produce podcasts, radio and music programs, deliver live events, provide creative services and forge partnerships. You can find out more about us here... www.bbc.co.uk/bbcaudio/

The BBC is committed to redeploying employees seeking suitable alternative employment within the BBC for different reasons and they will be given priority consideration ahead of other applicants. Priority consideration means for those employees seeking redeployment their application will be considered alongside anyone else at risk of redundancy, prior to any individuals being considered who are not at risk.

We are looking for a Producer to join BBC Asian Network, Radio 1 and 1Xtra.'s podcast production team.

Asian Network, Radio 1 and 1Xtra’s production department are the key suppliers of daytime and evening programmes across the three youth music networks, and in addition make a diverse array of youth-focused podcast titles including The YUNGBLUD Podcast, Six Degrees of Separation, Brown Girls Do It Too and James Acaster’s Perfect Sounds.

This department is part of BBC Audio. BBC Audio devise, develop and deliver original content for the BBC. We produce podcasts, radio and music programs, deliver live events, provide creative services and forge partnerships. You can find out more about us here... www.bbc.co.uk/bbcaudio/

This is an exciting opportunity to join R1/1X/AN’s award-winning podcast production team and take the lead in producing a soon-to-be-launched headline title on BBC Sounds. We require an experienced and highly creative podcast producer to make a new habit-forming title celebrating the UK’s young LGBTQ+ community. It’s essential to have a deep understanding and strong connection to this target audience to ensure this podcast is editorially relevant. You’ll be able to deftly navigate conversations around identity, and also negotiate with a broad range of stakeholders both within and outside of the BBC. Most of all though, we want your creative ambition to ensure this title creates impact and makes a difference, while speaking authentically to its target audience.

We're interested in candidates who have experience in producing podcasts, knowledge and understanding of the UK LGTBQ+ community, and an ability to generate and implement ideas.

The ideal candidate will have proven experience of working with high-profile talent and have a  strong understanding of BBC’s editorial guidelines.

As this role will involve working proactively to meet time-sensitive demands, with a wide range of stakeholders, you should have excellent problem-solving skills and a keen eye for detail.

You should have good online literacy and be able to demonstrate an enthusiasm for the latest technologies and content formats. 

You could be working with some of the world's experts in youth culture. This is an unmissable opportunity. We look forward to hearing from you.

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Producer

Freeda

London, England, United Kingdom, ENG
18 days ago
London, England, United Kingdom, ENG
18 days ago

Freeda’s ambition is to be the #1 media brand for the new generation. We create engaging content for social media, which is tried and tested for GenZ & Millennial women, and we reach up to 80 million of them each month.

Our community consume, share, comment and create content with us everyday. We make stories about amazing people who are changing the world.

We operate as a venture-backed startup with strong engineers and marketing teams. This operating model gives us an edge traditional media companies simply can't match; and we create much of the most compelling and authentic content on Facebook, Instagram, YouTube & LinkedIn across all our markets.


This role will be responsible for managing all production requirements across our highly engaging social content across editorial and branded. If you are an experienced producer looking to move into an independent role then this role is for you!
  • Manage the Video Team in the smooth running of Freeda’s in-house studio and on location shoots
  • Work closely with our Creatives, Videographers and Editors to make sure target video output is achieved each month on time and on budget.
  • Understand in detail the health and safety guidance required to produce content and in line with Covid Secure guidelines.
  • Ensure all shoots meet legal requirements and compliance and to obtain all necessary licenses. 
  • You have a strong understanding of the production process from start to end and can evaluate the timelines, budgets and scope
  • Lead on improving systems and processes
  • Work closely with the project management team to ensure constant communication on the project with client updating throughout.
  • Work collaboratively with our local team and our international teams to align processes
  • Support the casting director in searching for talent when required
As the specialist you will have:
  • Experience in producing highly engaging social first videos (editorial and commercial branded content)
  • Passion for creating exciting, inspiring videos about female focused cultures and experiences
  • The ability to work with pace in an evolving and scaling company
  • You can hustle to make things work even with last minute requests
  • Able to manage and organise high volumes of projects at any one time
  • Openness to new ways of thinking and operating, always challenging yourself and mixing things up
  • You are already dynamic and collaborative in the way that you work
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Publications Producer

Heatherwick Studio

London, GB
14 days ago
London, GB
14 days ago

Job Purpose     

The Publications Producer will be part of the Content & Communications domain and will have day-to-day responsibility for co-ordinating the studio’s books and publications production from concept through to final stages.

Reporting to the Head of Content and Communications, this is a new role within the studio and we are looking for someone who can bring their passion, energy and ideas to a dynamic team.

A proven track record of working creatively with writers, editors, designers and under the radar image sources is paramount, along with a good working knowledge of rights and licensing for both text and images. We are looking for someone who is skilled at managing their time and able to turn their hand to multiple and varied tasks, from researching to budget forecasting.  

We are seeking a person who is experienced in all aspects of production, book format and layout types and who is just as comfortable colour proofing at the repro house as they are embarking on a fact-finding mission. An understanding of digital publishing and the ability to adapt and publish content for an online audience is also expected. There will be an opportunity to help shape and develop new publication ideas too.  

 

Responsibilities  

  • Coordinate the production of the studio’s current book projects including meetings, finance, scheduling, interview coordination, background research, picture research and content preparation.
  • Liaise with the authors, contributors, publishers and our agent to negotiate contracts and manage the key milestones for each stakeholder.
  • Assist studio stakeholders to kick start a series of themed books/journals/magazines around a range of subjects relating to the studio projects and values. This should align with the overall communications strategy for the studio.
  • Help manage production processes at various stages including commissioning, designing, proofing and liaising with the relevant publishing house and external editors where necessary.
  • Proactively undertake research to identify and develop new ideas/proposals relating to the studio.
  • Work diplomatically and maintain great relationships with people inside and outside the studio.
  • Maintain responsibility for the publications budget including annual forecasting and financial year-end.

 

Experience

  • Five years of experience expected
  • Proven track record of producing a range of non-fiction publications across print and digital platforms
  • Contracts and rights knowledge

 

Skills and Attributes

Essential Skills

  • Excellent command of written English
  • Proofing skills for copy, images and repro
  • Good knowledge of InDesign and Photoshop
  • Picture and content research sourcing
  • Use of task and time management tools
  • Ability to upload and publish on content management systems

 

Desirable Skills

  • Sub-editing
  • Flatplan/layout management
  • Ability to creatively adapt content for various platforms including books, magazines and websites

 

  Soft Skills

  • Multi-layered communication
  • Intuitive and diplomatic
  • Assertive - influencing others at all levels
  • High-level interpersonal skills with the ability to build positive relationships with a diverse range of people.
  • Ability to rapidly assimilate complex information and distill core narratives.
  • Strong intellectual and analytical ability with a creative mind-set.
  • Dependable, honest and punctual.
  • Tenacious
  • Team player contributing to a positive working environment.
  • Self-motivated and calm under pressure.
  • Ability to forward plan and work effectively in a fast-paced environment
  • Ability to influence the overall picture while having an unfailing eye for detail

 

Key relationships

It is vital that the person in this role is able to develop and maintain positive and professional relationships across the whole studio and with external partners. When required, confidentiality must be strictly maintained. The key relationships in this role are:

 

Suggestions

  • Thomas Heatherwick
  • Head of Content & Communications
  • Communications Manager
  • Group Leaders
  • Project Leaders
  • External Stakeholders

Training and Continuing Professional Development

The studio aims to attract and develop the best talent and create a supportive environment in which studio members can learn and develop. Training is provided to increase technical skills and to address identified professional development.


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Senior Producer

The LEGO Group

London
22 days ago
London
22 days ago
Senior Producer
Apply now
+ Location
+ - United Kingdom, London, Greater London
+ Job ID GB4847
+ Category
+ - Marketing
+ - Product Design/ Development
+ - Project Management
+ Language EN
Do you have a passion for gaming? Are you ready to help the LEGO Group with producing digital play for audiences across the globe?
Here is your chance to create engaging digital game worlds full of adventure and creativity, that are part of the LEGO® Brand experience for millions around the world!
Core Responsibilities
• Lead the execution of licensed LEGO branded video games from early concept approval through to final review and signoff.
• Working with external licensed partners to deliver high quality LEGO video games.
• Help identify and build new partnerships with external companies
• Manage projects stakeholders both within LEGO as well as with the partners.
• Collaborate on complex brand and game issues with partners and internal product teams
• Ensure that the LEGO® brand is appropriately represented in the games and assist the development teams with approvals of relevant assets
• Work across a range of game genres and platforms
Play your part in our team succeeding
The games team is currently working on the next stage of delivering the future of LEGO Games as part of The LEGO Group 2032 strategy. Working across a range of audiences, genres and platforms the team delivers these games with some of the highest profile partners in the game industry.
Currently based in London, Billund, Shanghai and Singapore the department is a fun, energetic and dynamic highly experienced group who have a shared passion for the LEGO brand and kids & family games.
Do you have what it takes?
• Significant production experience in the games industry
• Experience with mobile or console games (ideally both)
• Experience with game development or publishing
• Experience of licenses or IPs
• Be autonomous and able to work independently and seek out direction proactively – with a high personal drive
Preferred
• Interest or experience in developing games for kids and families
• Certified SCRUM master, Prince 2 or other similar software development tools
• Usability and accessibility for games
• Experience in live ops and games as a service
Hear from our Production Director, LEGO Games…
“LEGO is one of the worlds most recognized and respected brands and has a rich history in the games industry. Digital play will be a cornerstone of the future strategy of The LEGO Group and this role is a unique opportunity to help develop the next generation of LEGO games for kids and families around the world”
Join the global LEGO® family
Children are our role models. Their curiosity, creativity and imagination inspire everything we do. We strive to create a diverse, dynamic and inclusive culture of play at the LEGO Group, where everyone feels safe, valued and they belong.
The LEGO Group is proud to be an equal opportunity and an affirmative action employer. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, colour, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or Veteran status.
We support our employees in being there for the moments that matter in life and celebrate families of all kinds, the loved ones that make us who we are. Being part of the LEGO Group also means taking part in our annual Play Day, playing a part in building a sustainable future and continuing our mission to “inspire and develop the builders of tomorrow.”
The LEGO Group is fully committed to Children’s Rights and Child Wellbeing across the globe. Candidates offered positions with high engagement with children are required to take part in Child Safeguarding Background Screening, as a condition of the offer.
Thank you for sharing our global commitment to Children’s Rights.
Build your career brick by brick at the LEGO Group.
#LI-ZE1

Salary

£200 - £300 Per Day

Job Type

Contractor, full-time

Posted

1 day ago

Description


Freelance Video Producer | 6 Months | Remote for now, but London based | Up to £300pd | Inside IR35

An opportunity has become available for a Freelance Video Producer to join a major clientside brand starting remotely but eventually working on-site in Central London. This is a great opportunity to join a team that leads the development and launch of social campaigns across a global scale.

What you will be doing:
  • Produce, end-to-end, short form videos for social channels
  • Researching and setting up stories for films, developing a deep expertise of our science and messaging.
  • Be a native video story-teller able to create engaging social content, as well as human interest stories
  • Tell stories that show our transformation as a company
  • Support the Head of Video and work with in-house video journalists to create memorable content for multiple channels
  • Working within a small team, as well as with freelancers and agencies to create content rapidly and at scale for distribution across owned, earned and social channels
  • Working with markets to ensure content creation is easily scalable in multiple languages

What you'll need to have:
  • Capable of full, end-to-end video production from initial concepts and treatments to managing multiple film schedules, overseeing multi-camera shoots and editing a final product.
  • A basic understanding of legal compliance and licensing.
  • Expertise in planning, storyboarding and directing a single or multi-camera shoot to create compelling short-form digital content at speed
  • Deep understanding of social video, and a desire to take complex subjects and turn them into brilliant video
  • You'll be inspired by our story and our science, and desperate to help tell the world about it
  • Highly creative mind, looking for engaging ways to create impactful content
  • An ability to manage people in front of the camera, whether experienced or newcomers

This role is to start ASAP. To be considered for this unique opportunity, please click "Apply" or contact me directly ☝

This job ad was posted by Salt.

About the Company

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Salt

Dedicated solely to digital, we are a specialist recruiter with unparalleled sector ­knowledge and a proven track record in meeting and exceeding even the most challenging client briefs.

We understand that at every level of an organisation, it is the quality of the people that drives success, and we are dedicated to ensure that our clients hire only the best. We have an unrivalled network of candidates across every vertical specialism within digital.

We speak to hundreds of digital specialists every week and our consultants have relationships with some of the sector's best talent that span more than a decade.

Company Size

20 to 49 employees